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A Worker for Jesus

Author: Roy Evans Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #177 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning First Line: Make me a worker for Jesus Refrain First Line: Make me a worker for Jesus Lyrics: 1 Make me a worker for Jesus, Faithful and ready and true; Asking the help of the Master For work He would have me do. Refrain: Make me a worker for Jesus, Humble I only would be, Winning lost souls for the Saviour Who shed His life’s blood for me. 2 Make me a worker for Jesus, Fill’d with His heavenly love; Binding the sheaves for the harvest, When He shall come from above. [Refrain] 3 Make me a worker for Jesus, Taking my place in the fight; Giving my all to the Captain, Fighting for all that is right. [Refrain] 4 Make me a worker for Jesus, Knowing I never can fail; If I but trust in His mercy, Tempter nor sin can prevail. [Refrain] 5 Make me a worker for Jesus, Till earth’s short harvest is o’er; When I shall dwell with the Saviour In that blest land evermore. [Refrain] Tune Title: [Make me a worker for Jesus]
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A Beacon Light for Jesus

Author: Haldor Lillenas Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #216 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning First Line: Out upon life's ocean many souls adrift Refrain First Line: I beacon light for Jesus I would ever be Lyrics: 1 Out upon life’s ocean many souls adrift, Tempest tossed upon the raging sea, Cannot see the many shoals and hidden rocks— A beacon light for Jesus I would be. Refrain: I beacon light for Jesus I would ever be, Sending out a warning light across the sea; Faithfully shining on, Until the night is gone, A beacon light for Jesus I would be. 2 Many are the dangers on life’s rugged shore, Strong the tempest rages, wild and free; Many need a light to safely guide them home, A beacon light for Jesus I would be. [Refrain] 3 I would not my light beneath a bushel hide, I will place it where the lost can see, That perhaps a ship in danger it may guide— A beacon light for Jesus I would be. [Refrain] Tune Title: [Out upon life’s ocean many souls adrift]
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Do Something for Somebody

Author: Chauncey R. Piety Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #23 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning First Line: The world is bowed down by its toiling and care Refrain First Line: Do something for somebody, somewhere today Lyrics: 1 The world is bowed down by its toiling and care, And many have burdens to bear; Then hasten the load of another to share, As Jesus has done for you. Refrain: Do something for somebody, somewhere today, Be kind, loving, faithful and true, Do something for somebody, somewhere today, As Jesus has done for you. 2 Lost multitudes stray in the desert of sin, The Saviour is calling them in, Go, tell of His love and the wanderers win, As Jesus has done for you. [Refrain] 3 So many are wounded by sorrow’s keen dart, Dark shadows beclouding the heart; O go to them quickly, and comfort impart, As Jesus has done for you. [Refrain] 4 Yes, some one is always in trial or need, And troubles for sympathy plead; O prove your compassion by word and by deed, As Jesus has done for you. [Refrain] Tune Title: [The world is bowed down by its toiling and care]
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Sow the Gospel Seed Today

Author: Alfred Hart Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #214 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning First Line: In the freshness of the morning Lyrics: 1 In the freshness of the morning, Is the time to sow good seed, By example, friendly warning, You may some ne Christward lead. Refrain: Sow the gospel seed today, Sow the gospel seed today. In the Home, workshop or meeting, Sow the Gospel seed today. 2 While your pulses strong are beating, While you feel health’s glow and light, In the home, workshop or meeting, Active be for what is right. [Refrain] 3 Work for Christ today in earnest, Now is your best time to start; Where you may stay or may journey, Drop a seed in some one’s heart. [Refrain] 4 Go and gather souls for Jesus, While thy strength and breath remain; Souls around you still are dying, In their guilt and in their shame. [Refrain] 5 Work for Jesus, spread His teaching, Show the world His bleeding side; That the last ones may be gathered, And the precious blood applied. [Refrain] Tune Title: [In the freshness of the morning]
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I'm Not Ashamed to Own My Lord

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #9 (1921) Topics: Christian Experiences; Christian Service and Soul Winning Tune Title: [I’m not ashamed to own my Lord]
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Always Do Your Best for Jesus

Author: Rufus H. McDaniel Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #19 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning Refrain First Line: Always put your trust in Jesus Lyrics: 1 Always do your best for Jesus, Whatsoe’er the task may be; Let the light so shine that others, In your life the Christ may see. Refrain: Always put your trust in Jesus, Ever keep the cross of Christ in view; Gazing there you will remember How He bled and died for you. 2 Always do your best for Jesus, Never quench the Spirit’s fire! He will make your life a blessing And with joy your soul inspire. [Refrain] 3 Always do your best for Jesus, Oft as called to give for Him! Whether time, or strength, or money, Fill the measure to the brim. [Refrain] 4 Always do your best for Jesus, Tho’ the price be tears and pain; If for Him you humbly suffer; You with Him in heav’n shall reign. [Refrain] Tune Title: [Always do your best for Jesus]
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The Banner of the Cross

Author: Daniel W. Whittle Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #174 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning; Christian Warfare First Line: There's a royal banner given for display Refrain First Line: Marching on, marching on Tune Title: [There's a royal banner given for display]
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Proclaim the Glad News

Author: Haldor Lillenas Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #190 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning First Line: Break forth and sing, of Christ the King Refrain First Line: Proclaim the glad news of salvation Lyrics: 1 Break forth and sing, of Christ the King, The Prince of Peace, and never cease To tell each one what Christ hath done; Proclaim the glad tidings to all the world. Refrain: Proclaim the glad news of salvation Unto every tongue, tribe and nation, O tell them the wonderful story Of Jesus the Monarch of glory. O sing of His anguish and bitter loss Tell of His death on the cruel cross, Tell the sweet story that never grows old unto all the world. 2 Send forth the light into the night Of dark despair seen everywhere; Till day shall break,—for Jesus sake Let all hear the story of love divine. [Refrain] 3 Herald the truth to age and youth O’er land and sea where men may be; Spread gospel cheer, banish all fear From hearts that are burdened with sin and shame. [Refrain] 4 His all He gave our souls to save, From dark despair beyond compare; To Him be praise, loud anthems raise! His name we will worship for evermore. [Refrain] Tune Title: [Break forth and sing, of Christ the King]
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Here Am I, Send Me

Author: J. Gilchrist Lawson Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #12 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning First Line: Hast Thou, O Lord, a work to do Refrain First Line: Over mountain, plain or sea Tune Title: [Hast Thou, O Lord, a work to do]
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The Shepherd and the Sheep

Author: Ada R. Habershon Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #13 (1921) Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning First Line: The Shepherd went after the wand'ring sheep Refrain First Line: Will you go my brother, will you go Lyrics: 1 The Shepherd went after the wand’ring sheep, And sought till at last He found; The woman made search for her missing coin, Which lay on the dusty ground, But nobody held out a loving hand, To those who had strayed to the far-off land. Refrain: Will you go my brother, will you go? Will you go and tell of Jesus and His love? 2 O who will go forth to the wand’rers there, And tell of the Father’s home? He calleth for messengers, who will go To those who in darkness roam? Go tell how His heart o’er the lost doth yearn, He longs for the prodigal to return. [Refrain] 3 If you would bring joy to the Father’s heart, Go search all the wide world o’er, And find out the wanderers one by one, And bid them come home once more; It may be they wait for a word today To help them to start on their homeward way. [Refrain] Tune Title: [The Shepherd went after the wand’ring sheep]

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